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OSHA Resources for Protecting Workers from Heat

OSHA Resources for Protecting Workers from Heat

From a free app to educational web pages, OSHA offers ways to keep your workers safe.

Feelings of Being Unsafe at Work May Correlate to Depression, Anxiety

Feelings of Being Unsafe at Work May Correlate to Depression, Anxiety

A new study from NSC found people who felt unsafe at work were more like to experience symptoms of anxiety or depression than their coworkers who felt safe.

Americans Are Washing Their Hands Less Often than at Start of Pandemic

Americans Are Washing Their Hands Less Often than at Start of Pandemic

In 2022, only 56 percent of Americans wash their hands six to 15 times per day.



Milwaukee Construction Project Takes Action To Protect Workers

Milwaukee Construction Project Takes Action To Protect Workers

Stakeholders signed a partnership with OSHA for a construction project in Wisconsin.

Company Cited After Oil Well Explosion Leaves Three Workers Seriously Injured

Company Cited After Oil Well Explosion Leaves Three Workers Seriously Injured

Now OSHA is proposing citations and a penalty of $453k.

Mitigating Risks that Lead to Slips, Trips & Falls

Episode 140

Mitigating Risks that Lead to Slips, Trips & Falls

Listen in as Editor Sydny Shepard discusses three of the most common reasons why severe injuries and fatalities happen on a job site.

Custom Golf Ball Company

Customized Golf Ball Company's “Star” Designation Renewed by OSHA

The company was recognized for its work in health and safety.

Oklahoma Contractor Faces Willful Citations After Worker Fatally Injured

Oklahoma Contractor Faces Willful Citations After Worker Fatally Injured

OSHA issued the citations and a $370K penalty to the paving company.

OH&S To Host Third Annual Industrial Hygiene Virtual Summit

OH&S To Host Third Annual Industrial Hygiene Virtual Summit

Join leading health and safety experts for three live presentations.

Computer Vision As A Solution To Safety Challenges In Industrial Facilities

Computer Vision As A Solution To Safety Challenges In Industrial Facilities

Maybe Artificial Intelligence could be the answer to many workplace safety questions.

OSHA Proposes $793K in Penalties for PA Contractor

OSHA Proposes $793K in Penalties for PA Contractor

Included in the citation are willful and safety violations.

Refractory Manufacturer Cited After Worker’s Arm Amputated

Refractory Manufacturer Cited After Worker’s Arm Amputated

The incident led OSHA to cite TYK America for 11 safety violations.

New Survey Shows Workers Worry About Air Quality

New Survey Shows Workers Worry About Air Quality

Many workers said they are concerned the air may be polluted and think access to clean air is important.

ASSP Publishes New Standard on Workplace Injuries

ASSP Publishes New Standard on Workplace Injuries

The new standard goes a step beyond the baseline and uses three sets of metrics.

Recycling Facility Placed in SVEP After Worker

Recycling Facility Placed in Severe Violator Enforcement Program After Worker's Death

OSHA also cited it for fall and machine hazard violations.

The Past, Present & Future of Respiratory Protection 

Episode 139

The Past, Present & Future of Respiratory Protection 

A look back at the history of respiratory research and standards is eye-opening when you consider how much respiratory protection has done for us in the past two and a half years.

Summarized AMCA COVID-19 Guidance for Large-Diameter Ceiling Fans

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Summarized AMCA COVID-19 Guidance for Large-Diameter Ceiling Fans

During the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous government agencies along with professional institutions issued guidance regarding the operation of circulating fans.

Respiratory Health 101: What You Need to Know about Welding PPE

Respiratory Health 101: What You Need to Know about Welding PPE

When welders utilize the correct respirators work can be done safely and efficiently.

Using AI to Scale Workplace Manual Handling Safety & Maximize Engagement

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Using AI to Scale Workplace Manual Handling Safety & Maximize Engagement

Typically, once a new starter has completed their manual handling training and has been signed off as trained for the job, they are on their own until the next scheduled training. This could be as long as a year! What about all the time in between?

The Past & Future of Respiratory Protection

The last two and a half years have taught us how important respiratory protection is.

Monitor for Asbestos to Help Save Lives

Monitor for Asbestos to Help Save Lives

Ensure your worksites are asbestos free.

Inspection & Maintenance for Portable Eye Wash Stations

Inspection & Maintenance for Portable Eye Wash Stations

What are the inspection and maintenance criteria for portable eyewash stations?

How Wearable Technology is Transforming Safety and the Industrial Workplace

How Wearable Technology is Transforming Safety and the Industrial Workplace

There are many benefits to incorporating wearable technology in your safety programs.

Dust Hazards Analysis and NFPA 652 in Industrial Hygiene Settings

Dust Hazards Analysis and NFPA 652 in Industrial Hygiene Settings

Solely using hygiene measurements to address hazards is not a safe strategy.

Sustainable Glove Choices Protect Workers and the World

Sustainable Glove Choices Protect Workers and the World

Companies are now creating and prioritizing public-facing sustainability goals.

An Overview of Emergency Showers and Eyewashes

An Overview of Emergency Showers and Eyewashes

PPE may be the first line of defense, but accidental exposures can still happen.

Get Your Plan in Place to Reevaluate Industrial Hygiene Data

Get Your Plan in Place to Reevaluate Industrial Hygiene Data

Determining when to reassess employee exposures is a challenge that many with industrial hygiene responsibilities face.

Training for Permit Space Entry: A Team Effort

Training for Permit Space Entry: A Team Effort

Rescue teams must have proper training and equipment to perform a rescue.